Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology

PhD in Marine Technology

The typical length for the PhD programme in Marine Technology is three years; this is comprised of one semester of additional study and 2.5 years of dissertation work and research. Today, the department has 45 PhD students and a number of research fellow programmes. Three of these programmes are financed by the Norwegian Research Council:

  • Scenario-based risk assessment of ship collisions and grounding
  • Marine computational fluid dynamics
  • Energy-efficient all-electric ships

Contact the Department of Marine Technology (IMT) directly for more information. A description of the programmes makeup, in addition to the course catalogue, applicable rules and forms, can be found on the «Faculty's Doctoral Programme » pages.

Doctoral Courses (PhD courses) / Doktorgrads kurs

MR8100

Theory of Marine Design

MR8101

Investigation and Analysis of Accidents

MR8104  
MR8105 Active Fishing Methods
MR8106  

MR8204

Analysis and Design of Marine Structures against Accidental Actions

MR8205

Advanced Topics in Structural Modelling and Analysis

MR8207

Stochastic Methods Applied in Nonlinear Analysis of Marine Structures

MR8208

Dynamic Analysis of Slender Marine Structures

MR8209  
MR8210  

MR8300

Hydrodynamic aspects of Marine Structures 1

MR8303

Kinematics and Dynamics of Ocean Surface Waves

MR8304

Seabed Boundary Layer Flow

MR8306

Hydrodynamikk for marine konstruksjoner 2

MR8308  
MR8402  

MR8404

System safety

MR8405

Modelling and Analysis of Machinery Systems 2

MR8500

Mechanical Vibrations

MR8502

Mechanical Vibrations

 

Videocast

Seminar om god veilederpraksis

Video:  Seminar on Good Advisory Practice is available as an online video cast.


PhD Grants

Current position postings for the Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology can be found both on the PhD opportunities page and via NTNU's electronic bulliten board,